Exclusive Interview with Naomi Sky

How are you feeling about this year’s music you’ve put out so far? 

I feel proud of myself and excited that it’s out in the world! Every artist/musician puts in a lot of work before releasing a single, so I’m really proud of the time and effort I’ve put into my first 3 releases.

The year is coming to an end! What are you doing in these last few months musically?

I have a couple of virtual performances, and I’m working on a few upcoming music videos! Follow me on my socials if you want to stay updated on my projects!

What are you working on right now in the studio? 

I’m currently working on a song that might be my next single… 🙂

What are your studio sessions looking like these days? 

Right now, my producer and I work on music over Zoom. I hope to be working more in person ASAP because I really miss that in-person connection.

Is it just you when you go to record or do you work with others?

 Usually, when I’m in the studio, it’s just my producer and me. I love feeling present and focused when I’m recording vocals, and I infuse intention and emotion into my recordings. Sometimes while I’m in the studio, I keep in touch with my friends and family via text. They send me positive energy, and their support means the world to me.

Who is the person that you want to work with next whether it’s putting them on a track or just producing? 

In a dream world, I would love to work with Ariana Grande or JLo. I think Ariana would really challenge me vocally, and I’m inspired by Jennifer Lopez’s creative vision. JLo is successful in all her passions: singing/songwriting, recording, acting, and dancing. Working with both artists would be a dream come true.

How are you customizing your sound in your next tracks? 

My goal with my upcoming album is to have a variety of songs, and to use my voice to comfort people in whatever they are going through. I love the idea of a sad song being comforting and making the listener feel like it’s okay that they feel sad in this moment. The sad feeling or anxious feeling will pass, and they will feel happy again.

How do you make sure that you’re customizing your overall vision for your music? 

I love to journal and write down my goals as an artist and weekly or monthly goals, so I use introspection to reflect and figure out how I am achieving those goals about once a week. It helps me stay focused, and I feel like journaling has made me more aware of my growth as an artist.

What is your overall vision for yourself!?

I envision myself with a strong platform, using music to heal and help others heal, and advocating for mental health. I love how therapeutic the arts can be, and I love using my platform to talk about topics I’m passionate about. My goal as an artist is to inspire people to be their best self and work through any challenges that come their way. I hope my music helps people the way music has helped me over the years.

How are you leading with love with your music?

I lead with love in my music by connecting with and loving myself. That self-love pours out into everything I do and all of my relationships. When I’m at my best and loving myself for who I am, I feel my music, my vocals, my writing, and my relationships are thriving, too. Love infuses it all.

Where can you be followed on social media?

Follow me on Instagram (@officiallynaomisky), Tiktok (@naomiskyhigh), Twitter (@naomiskyhighh), or Facebook (@officiallynaomisky)! I look forward to connecting with you all!

Listen to “Heart on My Sleeve”: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/naomisky/heart-on-my-sleeve

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officiallynaomisky/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officiallynaomisky/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/naomiskyhighh

Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@naomiskyhigh

Website: https://www.itsnaomisky.com

For Press Inquiries: bsquaredmgmt@gmail.com

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